Scheduled for surgery?
You’re not alone.
Of the 50 million or so people who undergo surgery in the U.S every year, nearly all will suffer from anxiety in the days or weeks beforehand.
It’s totally normal to feel nervous or stressed about an upcoming surgery.
But what you may not realize is that it can seriously affect your recovery.
The psychological impact of preoperative anxiety has a huge influence on whether your surgery is likely to be successful or not.
In fact, research shows that 40 percent of all adults preparing for surgery will experience high levels of anxiety both during and after the procedure.
The problem is that this can have quite serious adverse effects on the procedure itself.
You can’t just skip the surgery, so the only other option is to learn how to deal with that anxiety.
And you’ll have to do this yourself because many of the psychological preparation programs used by hospitals in the past are now no longer available.
Good news: you CAN do it yourself.
We’ve covered it all in our special report!